The last article in the four-part series on how to create your own short urls.
Part 3 of the article series discusses options available to create your own short urls for people who use Expression Engine, Movable Type, Joomla, and Drupal.
If you’ve ever wanted to provide your own short URL’s you’re in luck. This series will show you how to do just that. Today, we’re talking about how to do this if you use WordPress for blogging.
I’ve been accused of being a Twitter snob for not clicking on links in Twitter. Here’s the full reason for why, and it’s not at all about snobbery.
Looking for ways to keep busy and filled with blog inspiration this month? Here are 3 challenges you can join.
Some people worry about subscriber numbers a great deal. Some, not at all. Both are perfectly fine.
Watch a video showing a quick overview of a few SilverStripe modules and how they can expand the capabilities of your CMS.
Have you ever questioned the sanity of adding user reviews to your business website? Is this dangerous, will they kill your business? Let’s talk about it.
Sometimes you really want to just search a specific category – more importantly, you might want your visitor to be able to do that. The generic search is going to search everything, well not exactly since the WordPress search is fairly lousy without some plugin…
Oh sure, other platforms give you custom fields or plugins that you can code up to work to help SEO, but I wanted to show you what this system can do from the start.